male sterility

ICSI indications

Use of the intracytoplasmic spermatozoa injection (ICSI) technique began in the 1990s. It has been successfully used to resolve most severe cases of male sterility. Here is some information about when we use the ICSI technique:

1. Male Sterility:

Oligozoospermia and criptozoospermia: a severe decrease in the number of spermatozoa.Asthenozoospermia: a severe decrease in […]

2019-11-22T10:25:14+02:0022 de November de 2019|0 Comments

What are the main causes of male sterility and infertility?

The male partner’s role in infertility has, historically, been undervalued and underdiagnosed for cultural and social reasons. However, we are now seeing progress in the analysis of men and a growing interest amongst patients in their fertility issue. Consultations for men with difficulties having children are increasingly common.
The causes of male sterility (male factor) have seen a significant increase over the last few years and are now responsible for up to 50% of cases of sterility in couples. Up to 30% of cases of infertility are due to the male factor alone and in a further 20% of cases there is a combination of both male and female factors. This is why urological examination of the male partner is so important during the couple’s fertility analysis. […]

2018-09-10T18:35:22+02:0016 de June de 2017|2 Comments
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